I’ll focus on modeling, acting – Yaya, BBTitans evicted housemate

by Tom Chiahemen
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Yamkela Mwanda, popularly known as Yaya, one of the recently-evicted housemates of the Big Brother Titans show (BBTitans), on Thursday said, going forward, she will be venturing into the modeling and acting business.

Yaya disclosed this during a zoom interview with Journalists.

“I will be focusing more on my modeling career, acting and my businesses generally,” she said.

Yaya, the 31-year-old South African, noted that she enjoyed every bit of her stay in the big brother’s house as she loved the differences of cultures coming into one space.

She said she never regretted any of her actions in the house, as she was on the spot throughout the show and was true to herself.

“It was a pretty experience for me, if opportune, I will love to do that again.

“I was true to myself throughout the show and I don’t have any regret of not being who I am or what my brand is,” she said.

Yaha spoke on how his team partner, Marvin, had affected her game positively and their emotional attachment.

“Marvin was like my hanger in the house. He really grounded me, making Marvin my partner made my experience and journey in the house so easy because he made it easy for me to allow him lead while I follow.

“Marvin is such an amazing, sweet guy, he is funny, the funniest in the house because he doesn’t try to do it, it comes naturally, he is a gentle and great guy.

“He made my experience in the house so easy. If I am upset, he comes to talk to me, whenever am overwhelmed, he calms me down, also, he is strict and I like it.

“And what I will miss most in the house is getting to be with Marvin and our conversation,” she said.

The ex-housemate noted that her eviction was not fair as she perceived there were some wicked teams in the house who ensured her team was evicted.

“I don’t think our eviction was fair, I think there are so wicked teams in the house, also, I believe we were evicted because we were not spicy enough, we didn’t spice things up much.

“This is because am a drama free kind of human, I really tried to avoid all the drama happening, maybe I should have added a little bit of sauce to the drama,” she said.

According to her, the only thing she would not miss in the house was the alarm that wakes the housemates up every morning.

She described how scary the alarm was, with different animal sounds. (NAN)

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